The German midfielder, despite being severely punished by injuries in recent years, is 27 years old, is international and has a great lineup in the market. In collected statements, by the newspaper Evening Standard, explained the reasons why he will leave his current club: “I would like to announce that after considering it intensively, I have decided to make a change of scenery in my sports career.“ After wishing all the readers to be well and not suffer losses due to the pandemic, Gotze explained the steps to follow: “I have taken my time to take this step. It is an important decision for my sports future and I am looking forward to working with Reza Fazeli and his agency International Soccer Management (ISM). His professional competence has completely convinced me. What the future will bring will only be known when there is a bit of normality in the world“ Gotze has sounded for several clubs on the international scene, although, for the moment, none of them has accelerated in the negotiation. In England there is talk of Everton, West Ham or Liverpool and there is also the alleged interest of various Italian ‘coconuts’. Be that as it may, whoever invests in their hiring takes a talented player, capable of playing in various attacking positions, with a lot of football still in his boots and with a dangerous handicap: constant injurys. The coronavirus crisis will completely change the transfer market next summer. The vast majority of clubs have had to make an ERTE or a salary reduction for their footballers and it seems complicated that in the summer period they can make exorbitant offers. Under this precept, the free players become the great bargains on the market. One of them is Mario Gotze, who confirmed today that he will not renew his contract with Borussia Dortmund.